You can get beef pho (the house specialty) at Saigon On 5th for takeout on your way home, but the bright space is also a good place to bring a few people and try some other dishes too, like the pork chop with fish sauce and vermicelli noodles. We recommend the crispy shrimp spring rolls, and make sure to ask for samples of all of their sauces on the side.
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